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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. CunningSmeagol

    CunningSmeagol Well-Known Member

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    Does the present have sleeves that can be tailored? I had to shorted the sleeves of my memory by a good 4 inches, which was easy, but some schneider jackets have a single button cuff that can be hard to tailor.
     
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    @gdl203

    Thanks for the info
    Its actually the SS present in the navy gradient wool i was looking at.
    I did notice the narrow shoulder fit.
    I am about 6'1, 205-210 depending on the time of yr.
    110 chest measurement and 17.5/45-46cm shoulder measurement.
    What size would you recommend for the SS present? Would be over a shirt or sweater, not a jacket. I dont mind a tighter fit as long as its not skin toght esp for outerwear.
    54 for most isaia and valstar outerwear for reference.

    Also for another sizing Q and rota in general. It appears for the waist measurement at the high rise waist is smaller for 52 (92cm) compared to mid rise (96cm). I would assume that any high rise pants through this pre order would be expected to be 92 as well.
    I am only confirming this bc the high rise Rota I bought through your trunk show in NYC last summer actually measure 96cm (just measured them). So i may have to go up to 54 on the high rise on this pre order.

    Thanks for the help, only asking all this questions bc there is stuff i want to get.
     
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    coldinboston yes med rise rota take 52, high rise take 54 lol
     
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    I feel like such a fatty ordering a 54.
    I much prefer the vanity sizing of the medium rise 52 :)
     
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    Waist is narrower than hips. Think about it (or look at your body). If the rise is higher and the waistband closer to the natural waist, the waistband will be cut a little smaller. I wear the same size in both styles (54) but YMMV
     
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    I think it will be a bit oversized on you
     
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    Thanks for helping to clarify the sizing questions on preorders. Is there a size chart for the Juncus so we can figure out the Present coat sizing? I only have SS sweaters, scarves and knit caps. Not sure if I understand sizing correctly for tops and coats. I have SS sweaters in size three and they fit nicely, but in shirts in general I'm in between sizes (mediums fit better than smalls).

    Goal for me with Present sizing is to be able to pair with sweaters or a light blazer and not feel scrunched by the shoulders and arm holes. 39" chest. Any help you guys can offer is appreciated!!
     
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    BF olive herringbone might not be as hype, but that's a winner.
     
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    I am new to Rita pants and just wanted to see if the cotton moleskin high rise side tabs pants have a button fly. Thanks
     
  11. gdl203

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    Yes they all do
     
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    Yes. It has a deck jacket feel to me without quoting that style directly.
     
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    Green and burgundy herringbone work fantastically with the shearling collars

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    all rotas have a button fly.
     
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    Is the sashiko woven in or printed on?
     
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    It's a print.

    The base fabrics are the mixed fabrics
     
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    Inglese pre-orders coming on Monday?
     
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    Anyone has the Camoshita easy pants to comment on fit? the 46's waist is much smaller than typical 46, I guess it's due to elastic? So do most people take TTS?
     
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    I think I'm sold on the green herringbone bumfreezer. For those that have one what is the comfortable temperature range for the jacket? I understand that warmth is quite subjective, but is it too warm for day time temps in the 50-55F range? My only hang up is how much wear I can realistically get from it living in the south.

    Btw I love my single breasted in mixed navy. Its getting tons of wear this winter.
     
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    it is indeed TTS.
     

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